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The Greatest Aunt

YEA! for you. One more step towards a better future for our kids.

heather

GOOD FOR YOU for teaching him about Rosa Parks - and history! He won't get into that in school for years to come, so you should be very proud that he listened, understood and empathized. He's such a sharp kid, sharp-mind, sharply dressed! ;-)

xo heather

Amanda

Good for you! I played Rosa Parks in our 3rd grade play- my claim to fame!

Tammy

Whoa- is that a P-coat that kid is wearing? Way cool!
Now onto the Rosa Parks story, I felt such a deep sadness this morning when I heard this! But my second thought was how proud she must have been to know that kids in school are learning about and have been for quite a few years! This comes on the heels of just read (listened to) the book Cain River- EXCELLANT book about slavery and family! Highly recommended!!!! How BRAVE of a woman Rosa must have been! And how lucky your son is to have a Mother that thought enough to bring this up to him! Keep up the good work!
Is that little one sleeping yet?

JoJo

God bless Lil JuJu and his innocence, and as I said to another small child last night, he will be one of the ones who can make a differece in the future with that way of thinking!!!

Hugs to all

Chris

Definitely something to be proud of Jenny. You done good!

Isabel

I hope there are more parents out there teaching their children the same thing. It will take us all to make the World a better place.

Mom

Thank you for having that talk with my Grandson. Just Thank you.

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